Weekly Photo Challenge: Silence

In response to the WordPress Daily Postโ€™s Weekly Photo Challenge: Silence

Cathedral Entrance
The Cathedral is the home of the William Morgan Bible and as such provides a vital link with Welsh culture and literature.
Many visitors describe st aspha Cathedral as a Hidden Gem
The present building was begun in the thirteenth century and is reputed to be the smallest ancient cathedral in Great Britain.

Welsh Church
The Church of St. David at Pantasaph, north Wales opened in 1852. A beautiful church from the outside, St Davids is also blessed with some stunning and very aesthetic stained glass and statues within the church
A Sacred Place
The Parish Church of St Mary was built in 1873, and designed by Paley and Austin of Lancaster. It replaced the old St. Michaels Church which was too small to cope with the influx of tourists to Betws y coed in the 1870s. North Wales, UK
Vintage Hall Painting
Decorative Mansion hallway lamp and painting
St Gwyddelan Church
St Gwyddelan Church is around 500 years old and it was built about 1500 by Meredudd Wynne. Dolwyddelan, north Wales, UK
Victorian Street Shop
Victorian corner Hardware & Ironmonger’s Store England
Hadlow Victorian Railway Station
Hadlow Road railway station opened on 1st October 1866, Passenger services stopped on 17th September 1956 but it continued to be used for freight until 7th May 1962,. A preserved, disused station on the former West Kirby to Hooton line at Willaston, Wirral, Cheshire, England.
Quarry Sunset Snowdonia
Sunset at Anglesey Barracks, they comprised two rows of 11 dwellings, served as accommodation for quarrymen, they would spend the week based in the barracks working in the quarry, leaving their homes very early on Monday morning and returning Saturday afternoon.
Conditions were spartan. Each two-room unit had a living area with a fireplace and a sleeping area for four men. Facilities were scant no running water, toilets or electricity.
Public-health inspectors closed down these barracks in 1948.
Dinorwic Quarry, Llanberis north Wales, UK
Snowdonia River Autumn
Picturesque setting for a picnic bench during Autumn on the river bank near conwy river, Betws-y-Coed, north Wales, UK
Lake in Snowdonia
Llyn Idwal a small lake that lies within Cwm Idwal in the Glyderau mountains with Tryfan Mountain in the background, Snowdonia, North Wales UK

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15 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Silence

      • “Just” a photographer? “Just”?

        Self-effacment is one thing. False modesty when one is obviously superior in a particular field is another. I write silly stories for my own enjoyment, never bothering to polish or edit with an eye towards anything greater. YOU are a MASTER at your craft, and the more I learn about that craft now that I’ve taken it up, the more I’m astounded at your brilliance. I will hear nothing of you being “just” a photographer. That’s like saying Mozart (who’s birthday it is today) “just” wrote tunes. Hold your head high, Young Jedi!

        Sadly, the two corgis in my life are indeed no more. But while I had them, life was definitely more risible. And smelly ๐Ÿ™‚

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